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  1. Nathan Devilbiss: Birth: ABT 1780 in Frederick County, Maryland. Death: BEF 1827 in Frederick County, Maryland

  2. William Devilbiss: Birth: 1785 in Frederick County, Maryland. Death: 23 Aug 1847 in Frederick County, Maryland

  3. Samuel Devilbiss: Birth: 1787 in Frederick County, Maryland. Death: 5 Jan 1855 in Frederick County, Maryland


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a. Note:   t the old OGLE-DEVILBISS farm home located along DEVILBISS BRIDGE ROAD about one mile off of Route 15 between Frederick and Thurmont.
  Rebecca Ogle was the daughter of Alexander Ogle, the youngest son of 'Thomas Ogle and Mrs. Elizabeth Graham. Rebecca was born in New Castle, Delaware where her father lived before coming into Maryland along the Monocacy where he owned considerable land. Rebecca's sister, Elizabeth was married to George Devilbiss, brother of John.
  Alexander Ogle,Jr.,brother of Rebecca Ogle Devilbiss, inherited the plantation "0gle's Necessary Compact" when his father died. In 1806 Alexander Ogle.,Jr. moved to Bourbon County, Kentucky., and the following year sold the home estate "0gle's Necessary Compact" to John Devilbiss his brother-in-law for 4,000 pounds sterling. The estate at the death of John DeVilbiss fell to Samuel Devilbiss., son of John and Rebecca Devilbiss. It is located at the confluence of Fishing Creek and the Monocacy River.
  Part of this estate is now (1972) owned by Mr. F. L. Pearce The old stone house has been restored and it is a beautiful place. The name of this property is 'Williams' Project" and the house was built by Reverend Williams about 1749.
  John married his second wife , Martha, in 1807. she was the widow of John's first cousin once removed, George Devilbiss, Jr. (#421), son of George Devilbiss,Sr. (# 42), and grandson of the immigrant George Devilbiss ID (# 4) Martha Devilbiss is buried at the Methodist Cemetery, Lewistown Maryland
  At the time of Martha's marriage to John she had two young sons by her first husband George Devilbiss.,Jr., who died in 1806. John Devilbiss provided well for these two sons of Martha - when he died he left generous bequests to each of them. There were no children by this second marriage of John and Martha.
Note:   Both John and Rebecca are buried in the DEVILBISS BURIAL GROUND located in the front yard a


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